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Roman art : Romulus to Constantine

Author: Nancy H Ramage; Andrew Ramage
Publisher: New York : Abrams, 1991.
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Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Ramage, Nancy H., 1942-
Roman art.
New York : Abrams, 1991
(OCoLC)622010612
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Nancy H Ramage; Andrew Ramage
ISBN: 0810937557 9780810937550
OCLC Number: 22381960
Description: 304 pages : illustrations (some color), maps ; 26 cm
Contents: Introduction. The land ; Chronology ; The political framework ; The republic ; The empire ; Art in the service of the state ; Rome and Greek art ; Three periods of Greek art ; Interconnections --
1. The Villanovan and Etruscan forerunners, 1000-200 BC. The Villanovans ; The Etruscans ; Architecture ; Sculpture ; Temple terracottas ; Animal sculpture ; Funerary sculpture ; Statuary ; Portraits ; Painting ; Rome, the Etruscans, and Latium ; Stories of Early Rome --
2. The Roman republic, 200-27 BC. An early sarcophagus ; Sculpture ; Historical relief sculpture ; Portraiture ; Wall paintings ; An early tomb ; House walls ; Four Pompeian styles ; Mosaics ; Architecture ; Villas and houses ; Aqueducts ; Sanctuaries ; Temples ; Towri planning ; The Roman forum ; The castrum --
3. Augustus and the imperial idea, 27 BC-AD 14. Architecture ; The forum and tomb of Augustus ; Theaters ; Sculpture ; Portraits ; Reliefs ; Wall paintings ; Stucco --
4. The Julio-Claudians, AD 14-68. The Gemma Augustea ; Imperioal patronage in the provinces ; Imperial architecture and sculpture ; Portraits ; The other Julio-Claudians ; Ordinary citizens ; Sculpture ; Piety ; The imperial hero ; Public works ; Architecture ; The underground basilica ; Nero's golden house --
5. The Flavians : savior to despot, AD 69-98. Vespasian ; Imperial architecture ; The Colosseum ; The arch of Titus ; The Flavian palace ; Sculpture ; Imperial reliefs ; Plebeian reliefs ; Portraits ; Pompeii and Herculaneum ; The city of Pompeii ; Paintings in the fourth Pompeian style ; Provincialism in art --
6. Trajan, Optimus Princeps, AD 98-117. The baths of Trajan ; The forum and markets of Trajan ; The column of Trajan ; Other Trajanic sculptural relief ; The arch of Trajan at Benevento ; Timgad --
7. Hadrian and the classic revival, AD 117-138. Architecture ; Hadrian's villa ; The Pantheon ; Other Hadrianic buildings ; Portraits ; Reliefs ; Sarcophagi ; Attic sarcophagi ; Asiatic sarcophagi ; Strigil sarcophagi --
8. The Antonines, AD 138-193. The Antonine family ; The reign of Antoninus Pius ; Portaits ; Architecture ; Reliefs ; The reign of Marcus Aurelius and Lucius Verus ; Portraits ; The base of the column of Antoninus Pius ; Panels from a triumphal arch ; The column of Marcus Aurelius ; Sarcophagi ; The reign of Commodus --
9. The Severans, AD 193-235. The reign of Septimius Severus ; Portraits ; Triumphal arches ; Architecture ; The reign of Caracalla ; Public baths ; Sarcophagi --
10. The soldier emperors, AD 235-284. Coins ; Portraits ; Maximinus Thrax ; Balbinus ; Philip the Arab ; Trebonianus Gallus ; A female portrait ; Gallienus ; Aurelian ; The Aurelian Wall ; Sarcophagi --
11. The Tetrarchs, AD 284-312. The establishment of the tetrarchy ; Architecture in Spalato ; Architecture in Rome ; Architecture in northern Greece ; Mosaics ; Portraiture ; Decennalia relief --
12. Constantine AD 307-337 and the aftermath. Late antique art ; Imperial monuments ; The arch of Constantine ; The base of the obelisk of Theodosius ; Portraits ; Architecture ; A domestic quarter and its paintings ; Sarcophagi ; Silver ; Conclusion --
Roman emperors --
Ancient authors --
Glossary.
Responsibility: Nancy H. Ramage and Andrew Ramage.

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